Youth and people with disablities

Promoting the full participation of Zambian youth and people living with disabilities in all our programs. Allowing them to live, explore and contribute towards the betterment of the environment through improved agricultural, forestry and social issues. Doing this will enhance the sustainability of environmental friendly agriculture, conserve the most precious and scarce commodities such as: water, trees and other natural resources. Most importantly growing trees will slow the impacts of Climate Change on this fragile world. And at the same time help improve livelihoods, health, food security and preserve life of all creatures.
The proposed activities for youth and the disabled in African Community Projects approach toward Climate Smart Agriculture
1. Sports activities: such as football, netball, basketball and other sports which will bring young hearts together for good healthy causes. Encouraging sexes, all ages and disabled people to get involved in these friendly games.
2. Schools involvement: through teachers who are environmental conscious and willing to assist in establishing environmental clubs. Encouraging students to get involved in action projects such as tree nurseries, gardening, environmental education, water and sanitation projects and to practice good hygiene and sanitation cleanliness.
3. Drama, music and art: to dramatize the effects, impacts and possibilities and adaptable solutions through storytelling, play acting, drawings and songs that will call for actions form the passionate viewers, listeners and art lovers.
4. Sign language, music and dance: to communicate with the disabled people who understand special languages. Allowing the community to understand the disabled needs ns allowing participation in this process. By doing this it will make life better for all people in the community. This will include them in problem solving strategy and allow them to participate in smart agriculture and environmental management.
5. Community focus meetings: by creating community forests throughout the country to make youths and all members of the community realize that youth are important partners in bettering life in a community.
6. Radio talk shows and training workshops: to get youth, community members and resource persons to learn, share and explore ways to protect, conserve and promote CSA throughout Zambia.
7. Study tours and trainings: to exchange visits and trainings that will improve the knowledge, skills, experiences and information to make youths and disabled get more involved in their communities throughout Zambia.

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